To deliver and evaluate the unit of competency “CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry,” all assessors must possess “CPCCWHS2001: Apply WHS requirements, policies, and procedures in the construction industry” (or its successor). An Australian Qualifications Framework-recognized Statement of Attainment will be given to students who are deemed competent. This certification is accepted across the country.
The Issuer of the Statement is Edway Training (RTO 40496).
WHS Standards In The Construction Sector
Applying WHS Requirements In The Construction Industry is presented by Edway Training, which also awards certifications (RTO No. 91401).
The Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA) has granted Edway Training accreditation to conduct this training programme.
Importance Of WHS Management System
In Australia, managing workplace health and safety is required by law. The core of WHS law is the harm minimization idea, and it is the employer’s responsibility to recognise workplace dangers and take steps to reduce or eliminate them.
As a result, all businesses are expected to follow Australian occupational health and safety laws. Failure to do so could result in expensive fines and legal action, as well as serious sickness or death. WHS thus plays a significant role in increasing corporate productivity. However, dealing with accidents frequently, dealing with the fallout, and dealing with lost time will have an influence on an organisation’s profitability. Additionally, the business’s standing among clients, employees, suppliers, and the community will undoubtedly suffer.
For the assessment and delivery of the new “White Card” unit of competency, CPCCWHS1001, train to work safely in the construction sector, this unit of competency is a requirement for all current and new White Card Assessors.
Participants in this e-Learning course learn the principles of WHS and OHS required to carry out work duties in any sector of the construction business safely. It necessitates planning and executing safe work practises with consideration for one’s safety and the safety of others, as well as safely performing work through an understanding of dangers and task needs.
- You must be at least 18 years old to participate.
- possess literacy, numeracy, and communication abilities at least equivalent to Year 10 standards.
- understanding and writing in English
- Contact us if you are concerned about your level of language literacy or numeracy.
If you are wanting to obtain and apply WHS requirements in the construction industry, speak to us today.